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Old 20th April 2012, 13:38   #991
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LANDMASTER spares required

Hello all,
In another thread one of the members mentioned that the taillights, dash knobs and steering wheel for landmaster are still available as NOS items. Seems like one of his friend has bought a NOS tail light set(complete set including bulbs and holders) for 6K.

Are these items actually still availble as NOS? Can any body help me procure these things please.
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LANDMASTER spares required

Hello all,
In another thread one of the members mentioned that the taillights, dash knobs and steering wheel for landmaster are still available as NOS items. Seems like one of his friend has bought a NOS tail light set(complete set including bulbs and holders) for 6K.

Are these items actually still availble as NOS? Can any body help me procure these things please.
Vinay sir, being a Morris car owner myself, can say that such parts of British cars are still availble NOS, prices are very high. My car did not have the trafficators, but got a pair of them NOS Lucas for about 9000 rupees 4y ears ago from a spare parts shop in kottayam here.
Btw why dont you contact the member who posted that from where his friend got the part?

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Btw why dont you contact the member who posted that from where his friend got the part?
Did, but no response. Anyway I did not PM, so I'll pm the member now.

Can anyone tell me if any of the below two models are land master trafficators. The first one is from Steeroids land master thread, second one is the lucas sf80 from net. I'm trying to source, but do not know how the original landy trafficators look.
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LANDMASTER spares required

Hello all,
In another thread one of the members mentioned that the taillights, dash knobs and steering wheel for landmaster are still available as NOS items. Seems like one of his friend has bought a NOS tail light set(complete set including bulbs and holders) for 6K.

Are these items actually still availble as NOS? Can any body help me procure these things please.
Vinay, I would request you to contact the Morris Cowley Oxford and Issis Owners Club, Oxford , UK. Their spares for sale list, from a recent journal is displayed here.The prices are in UK pounds and can be sent by DD in favour of the London Branch of any Indian or foreign bank convenient to you.As you are aware our Landmaster is the Morris Oxford Series II in the UK.
You can first send an email to Mr Richard Monk, Spares Secretary, MCOC to his email id: richkaty1@ntlworld.com to enquire about the latest ones available citing your requirements. You can also quote me.
The source is much more reliable than from any private individual on eBay etc, where there are risk factors involved.
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Did, but no response. Anyway I did not PM, so I'll pm the member now.

Can anyone tell me if any of the below two models are land master trafficators. The first one is from Steeroids land master thread, second one is the lucas sf80 from net. I'm trying to source, but do not know how the original landy trafficators look.
Lucas SF80 trafficators 12volts are the correct one for LANDMASTER
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Vinay, I would request you to contact the Morris Cowley Oxford and Issis Owners Club, Oxford , UK. Their spares for sale list, from a recent journal is displayed here.The prices are in UK pounds and can be sent by DD in favour of the London Branch of any Indian or foreign bank convenient to you.As you are aware our Landmaster is the Morris Oxford Series II in the UK.
You can first send an email to Mr Richard Monk, Spares Secretary, MCOC to his email id: richkaty1@ntlworld.com to enquire about the latest ones available citing your requirements. You can also quote me.
The source is much more reliable than from any private individual on eBay etc, where there are risk factors involved.
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Double thanks for the info Anjan. I will contact Richard with my requirement.

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Lucas SF80 trafficators 12volts are the correct one for LANDMASTER
Thanks Ajay. I was confused after seeing other model on Steeroids thread.
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Yesterday came across a very rare Genuine VW accessory for VW verts , in mint VW box. -NOS set of VW logo'd convertible engine lid grills.
it also has the rare mounting tool.
Unfortunately the shop guy seems to know about its rarity!!!
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came across this picture on the web
and i'm wondering thats that rod thing on the fender
doesn't look like a flag rod though
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came across this picture on the web
and i'm wondering thats that rod thing on the fender
doesn't look like a flag rod though
it is indeed a lighted fender guides/flag posts.It was commonly used in big american cars and Cars with flared wheel arches like morris minors,beetles etc.
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Hi there, I have a 124 Stationwagon, my carburetor was changed, can you tell me what carburettor this engine has or send me a few pictures? do u still have this engine


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Hi There,
do you still have this engine?
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it is indeed a lighted fender guides/flag posts.It was commonly used in big american cars and Cars with flared wheel arches like morris minors,beetles etc.
can some one throw more light on this
more pics or info would be great
i'm looking to fabricate one for my car
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i'm looking to fabricate one for my car
Frankly have no idea about that pole but will advise you against it.
I also have this car's pic & here is what I wish to have from this car:

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1) Those front window panels would be DELICIOUS
2) ORVM (Its very badly needed)
3) Oh those wheel cups

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yes sonu bhai pretty desirable items there
the clip on Quaterglass can be custom made i guess.
for the ORVM there are lot of options available online on Ebay
those wheel cups

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Frankly have no idea about that pole but will advise you against it.
I also have this car's pic & here is what I wish to have from this car:

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1) Those front window panels would be DELICIOUS
2) ORVM (Its very badly needed)
3) Oh those wheel cups

Raab rakha.
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can some one throw more light on this
more pics or info would be great
i'm looking to fabricate one for my car
I have a couple of these. You can use them as a reference, if you're interested. Should be simple enough to fabricate : The middle portion is just a spring with an electrical wire in the middle. The upper portion houses a bulb holder and coloured lens. The lower portion attaches to a bracket that clamps onto the fender.

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Incidentally, I saw a modern avatar of the same part on an Innova. IMO, it looks even uglier than the classic part !

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1) Those front window panels would be DELICIOUS
Any idea how these window panels are attached to the car?
Are they a permanent fitment (screws, nuts, bolts etc) or a temporary snap-on fitment? Any close-up pics?
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